Bentley wraps up its "Centenary Trilogy" of limited edition cars with the Continental GT Convertible Number 1 Edition by Mulliner. Inspired by the 1929 No. 1 Bentley Blower, the new limited edition droptop will feature unique design elements such as 18-carat gold-plated fender badging and a miniaturized wheel spinner, displayed within the rotating display that's cast from one of the pistons from the No. 1.
Based on the top-of-the-line W12 model, the GTC will be available with the Black Line Specification and Carbon Body Kit and two paint options: Dragon Red II or Beluga. It will also include the Centenary Specification Pack, which features Centenary badging on the rear and wheel centers, Centenary LED welcome lamps, and Centenary badging on the gear lever, steering wheel, and key fob.
The interior can be specified in Cricket Ball or Beluga hide with Grand Black wooden veneers, 18-carat gold-plated organ stops, and an Alcantara on the steering wheel and gear lever. Another unique interior element is the dashboard's British Jaeger clock that features a Number 1 face, which is surrounded in a surface finished in engine spun aluminum.
The Continental GTC Number 1 Edition by Mulliner will limited to 100 examples.